POLICE believe two burglaries in separate towns over the weekend may be related.
Detectives believe the same two men are responsible for a burglary at a supermarket in Wycheproof and at a motorcycle store in Donald.
Police have been told two men arrived at Wycheproof's Broadway Street supermarket in a dual cab ute just before 1am on Sunday.
The pair gained entry to the supermarket, stole a number of cigarette packets, before fleeing in the ute.
The ute had black rims and a black bullbar. At the time it had mud around the tyres and side panel.
Detectives believe the men then forced entry to a Wood Street motorcycle shop in Donald at about 2am.
The pair stole the cash register and multiple motorcycle goggles.
The first man involved is described as having a medium build, wearing a light blue or aqua hooded jumper with face fur lining around the hood, dark blue work pants, possibly with mud around the legs, and camel coloured work boots.
The second man is described as thin. He was wearing a black hooded jumper with white writing on the upper back, black tracksuit pants with white trim on the left leg above the knee, and white trim at the ankle, black socks, green Nike sneakers and gloves.
Anyone who recognises the men, or has more information is asked to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000, or to submit a confidential report at crimestoppersvic.com.au.
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